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12/31/18 - Hogmanay

Hogmanay is not a pig resort but a Scottish festivity celebrated on the last day of the year. Children traditionally stroll about the neighborhood on this day asking for presents. Today's Good Word also refers to the gifts given or received on Hogmanay. More recently it has become a raucous New Year's Eve party in many Scottish cities at which revelers sometimes do behave a bit swinishly.

-1 s2018 DEC 31
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12/20/18 - superfluous

Excessive, more than is necessary, extra and unnecessary.

-1 s2018 DEC 20
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12/20/18 - superfluous

4/22/12 - legerdemain

1. Magic, sleight of hand. 2. Trickery, deceitful cleverness.

-1 s2012 APR 22
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4/21/12 - barbarian

1. A crude, uncultured, heartless person, a boor; someone who lives and treats others savagely. 2. A wild or primitive person, a savage.

-1 s2012 APR 21
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4/20/12 - popinjay

1. A vain, conceited, pompous person, a coxcomb, a fop. 2. A loquacious, talkative person, a blabbermouth.

-1 s2012 APR 20
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4/19/12 - smarmy

1. Slicked down, greasy, said especially of hair with too much tonic or oil on it. 2. Unctuous, oily, obsequious, ingratiatingly polite, perhaps with an overlay of feigned intelligence or sophistication.

-1 s2012 APR 19
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4/17/12 - notoriety

1. Famous, well-known or widely known, often in a negative or PEJORATIVE sense. 2. A famous or widely known person, a notorious personality, as a show with several guest notorieties.

-1 s2012 APR 17
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4/16/12 - castigate

To severely reprimand or chastise.

-1 s2012 APR 16
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4/16/12 - castigate

4/14/12 - immaculate

1. Spotlessly clean, without stain or blemish, flawless. 2. Free of sin or failure, without any shortcoming, faultless, as an immaculate record.

-1 s2012 APR 14
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4/14/12 - immaculate

2/19/12 - florid

1. Flushed with rosy color; ruddy, as a face florid from embarrassment. 2. Profusely decorative, much too flowery or ornate, especially speech or writing. 3. (Obsolete) Abounding in or covered with flowers.

-1 s2012 FEB 19
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Latest Episodes

12/31/18 - Hogmanay

Hogmanay is not a pig resort but a Scottish festivity celebrated on the last day of the year. Children traditionally stroll about the neighborhood on this day asking for presents. Today's Good Word also refers to the gifts given or received on Hogmanay. More recently it has become a raucous New Year's Eve party in many Scottish cities at which revelers sometimes do behave a bit swinishly.

-1 s2018 DEC 31
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12/31/18 - Hogmanay

12/20/18 - superfluous

Excessive, more than is necessary, extra and unnecessary.

-1 s2018 DEC 20
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12/20/18 - superfluous

4/22/12 - legerdemain

1. Magic, sleight of hand. 2. Trickery, deceitful cleverness.

-1 s2012 APR 22
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4/22/12 - legerdemain

4/21/12 - barbarian

1. A crude, uncultured, heartless person, a boor; someone who lives and treats others savagely. 2. A wild or primitive person, a savage.

-1 s2012 APR 21
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4/21/12 - barbarian

4/20/12 - popinjay

1. A vain, conceited, pompous person, a coxcomb, a fop. 2. A loquacious, talkative person, a blabbermouth.

-1 s2012 APR 20
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4/20/12 - popinjay

4/19/12 - smarmy

1. Slicked down, greasy, said especially of hair with too much tonic or oil on it. 2. Unctuous, oily, obsequious, ingratiatingly polite, perhaps with an overlay of feigned intelligence or sophistication.

-1 s2012 APR 19
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4/19/12 - smarmy

4/17/12 - notoriety

1. Famous, well-known or widely known, often in a negative or PEJORATIVE sense. 2. A famous or widely known person, a notorious personality, as a show with several guest notorieties.

-1 s2012 APR 17
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4/17/12 - notoriety

4/16/12 - castigate

To severely reprimand or chastise.

-1 s2012 APR 16
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4/16/12 - castigate

4/14/12 - immaculate

1. Spotlessly clean, without stain or blemish, flawless. 2. Free of sin or failure, without any shortcoming, faultless, as an immaculate record.

-1 s2012 APR 14
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4/14/12 - immaculate

2/19/12 - florid

1. Flushed with rosy color; ruddy, as a face florid from embarrassment. 2. Profusely decorative, much too flowery or ornate, especially speech or writing. 3. (Obsolete) Abounding in or covered with flowers.

-1 s2012 FEB 19
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2/19/12 - florid
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